Monday, October 29, 2012

Living dangerously

I know that it is good to stretch yourself

to live on the edge

pushing yourself past your comfort zone.

I've been doing that in the studio lately,

but I have been playing it safe

compared to my visitors.

They came strolling by last week -

nonchalantly meandering,

not a care in the world.

I could only ask myself one question:

Don't they know which holiday is just around the corner?

Friday, October 19, 2012

Capturing the beauty of the trail

I decided to invest in the cost of turning six of my paintings from the Centennial Trail series into blank note cards.  When they arrived, I was thrilled.  They really turned out beautifully.

My two favorite paintings, Generations:

Watercolor  10x14

and Reinventing the Wheel:

Reinventing the Wheel
Watercolor 13 1/2 x 19 1/2

are not available as prints, so this is the only way to own them.  They even have stories attached to them (you can click on the link in the title of the paintings to read them).

These cards would make lovely gifts to friends who appreciate the beauty of Spokane, or for anyone who feels drawn by the allure of a trail.

Contact me, or visit my shop if you would like to purchase them.

I appreciate your ongoing encouragement and support. Thank you!